PALERMO NEWS

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirms he’s in talks with Juventus for Paulo Dybala, but says they must hurry.
Reports suggest that Coach Roberto Mancini will stay at Inter next season, with the club already planning their transfer market around him.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini reveals he’s looking for a replacement for Paulo Dybala - ‘it’s clear that he’ll leave’.
Milan midfielder Suso looks ahead to the trip to Palermo, warning that he wants to ‘feel important’ for the club.
Palermo director Dario Baccin confirms Paulo Dybala “rejected all our proposals, so he will certainly leave.”
Palermo confirm Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez “will be sold this summer,” listing Juventus, Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea among suitors.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini wants €40m for Paulo Dybala, and warns Juventus he won’t accept any players in exchange.
Italian media continue to claim Arsenal are meeting Palermo for Paulo Dybala, but he only wants Juventus.
The agent of Sampdoria forward Eder has slammed ‘unnecessary’ controversy surrounding his client’s Italy call-up.
There are reports Arsenal will meet Palermo to discuss Paulo Dybala, though the player would prefer Juventus.
Sampdoria striker Eder’s maiden Italy call-up is “a dream come true,” said the Brazilian’s agent.
Palermo talent Franco Vazquez pledged to “honour the Italy shirt” after being called up to face Bulgaria and England.
Mirko Valdifiori, Eder and Franco Vazquez get their debut Italy calls to face Bulgaria and England.
Palermo boss Beppe Iachini had a “bitter taste in the mouth” after their 1-0 defeat to Chievo.
Rolando Maran said Chievo’s confidence is “sky high” after a second consecutive victory over Palermo.
Alberto Paloschi scored the decider and missed a penalty to give Chievo victory over 10-man Palermo.
Chievo continue their battle to stay in Serie A by hosting Paulo Dybala’s Palermo in the early game.
Juventus are reportedly set to make Palermo an offer for Paulo Dybala, with €25m plus players rumoured.
Juventus could be in pole position for Paulo Dybala, with reports suggesting he wants to remain in Serie A.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Paulo Dybala will cost €40m or it ‘could be more’.